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Deposited Plan Lodgment Checklist  (PDF 360 KB) July 2018

This checklist is for use by lodging parties and surveyors. This version supercedes any previous checklist. 

 

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Plan form 1 A3 (DP_SP) (PDF 186 KB)

General A3 size for deposited plans and strata plans.

 

 

Plan form 2 A2 (DP) (PDF 187 KB)

General A2 size for deposited plans.


 

 

Plan form 6 - Administration sheet (PDF 170.3 KB) September 2017

A4 size sheet to accompany a deposited plan.

Plan form 6 - Administration sheet (word version) (DOC 20 KB) September 2017


 

 

Plan form 6A - Annexure sheet (PDF 102 KB) September 2017

A4 size Annexure sheet to be used for schedule of addresses, section 88B statements, signatures and other information where there is insufficient space on Plan form 6.

Community scheme plans see also Plan form 6D.

Plan form 6A - Annexure sheet (word version) (DOC 41 KB) September 2017


 

 

Plan form 6B - s.23H or s.23J Administration sheet (PDF 171 KB) September 2017

A4 size sheet for certificates, to accompany a deposited plan.

To be used where the subdivision is for lease purposes in accordance with s.23H or 23J Conveyancing Act 1919.

Plan form 6B - s.23H or s.23J Administration sheet (word version) (DOC 19 KB) September 2017


 

 

Plan lodgment form (PDF 140 KB) Updated September 2017

This form should be printed on sand coloured paper.

Pre-examination plan lodgment form (PDF 140 KB) Updated September 2017

This form should be printed on Blue coloured paper.

Every deposited plan (including pre-examination plans) to be lodged in NSW LRS must be accompanied by the appropriate plan lodgment form.


 

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Section 88B instrument (PDF 28.1 KB)

Section 88B instrument setting out terms of easements or Profits à Prendre to be created or released and of restrictions on the use of land or positive covenants intended to be created pursuant to Section 88B Conveyancing Act 1919.

 

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